Oregon State featured in The Drive this fall

OREGON STATE will be chronicled all season long in Gary Andersen's first year by the Pac-12 Networks. The Pac-12 Networks’ original docu-series The Drive will feature a two-team format in 2015, splitting its focus between Oregon State and Utah, the conference announced.

Season three of The Drive: Pac-12 Football will consist of 30-minute episodes featuring both teams airing weekly across all seven Pac-12 Networks throughout the fall. Similar to previous seasons, The Drive will go behind the scenes to give viewers an unprecedented look at Oregon State and Utah's quest for a Pac-12 Championship.

From the first whistle of training camp to the final play of the season, Pac-12 Networks production crews will be embedded within the Beavers’ and Utes’ football programs, delivering a rare insider's point of view.

"Oregon State football is excited to participate in The Drive,” said OSU head coach Gary Andersen in the release. “It’s a tremendous opportunity for our student-athletes to be showcased and for fans to see the work they put in during the course of the season. It's a unique time for Beaver football as a new coaching staff and players build a foundation for the program. On behalf of Oregon State football, I want to thank Pac-12 Networks for this incredible opportunity."

Oregon State returns playmakers like RB Storm Woods and WR Victor Bolden and face early challenges with a nonconference battle against Michigan week 2 in Ann Arbor, as well as their conference opener against Stanford on September 25.

Andersen's Beavers and Whittingham's Utes faceoff against each other in Salt Lake City on Halloween.

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